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Partner Spotlights

Encore and the Greater Boston Gaming Career Institute

logosThe Greater Boston Gaming Career Institute was created by Cambridge College in collaboration with Encore Boston Harbor, under the leadership of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.  The Institute was designed to train qualified, employment ready gaming professionals to start careers as full- and part-time dealers at the new five-star Encore Boston Resort and Casino that opened in June 2019.  Over 500 individuals have been trained with a placement rate of over 95% for employment. Learn more and see photos




MGCC/Mel King Institute and the Business Development Certificate

logosThis partnership, between Cambridge College, the Mel King Institute for Community Building and the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC), was formed to shape an innovative program that will educate small business development officers throughout the Commonwealth.  The program will help accelerate the startup and growth of small businesses from under-invested communities served by MGCC.  Offered over a six day training period at our Charlestown campus, the courses will be taught by faculty from Cambridge College, practitioners in the field and by attorneys from the Lawyers for Civil Rights organization which provides free legal support to entrepreneurs. Learn more and see photos



The Possible Project

tpp logoThe Possible Project is a 501c3 non-profit after school initiative launched in 2010 with the dream of creating a place where young people can become entrepreneurs and, in the process, acquire a host of personal and professional skills that would propel them to long term success in life, education and their careers.  Cambridge College has partnered with TPP and provided a range of partner benefits to support this vision.  The College has hosted events and presentations, provided professionals for program delivery, and recently established credit value to the rigorous training program so that TPP students can receive up to 12 dual enrollment credits at Cambridge College. Learn more



School of Education Science Colloquium

logosCambridge College School of Education annually hosts a featured presentation for school leaders and educators in the Commonwealth focusing on advances in Science-based education. These presentations feature noted experts ranging from classroom educators to leadings state policy makers and has served as a leading forum to introduce cutting edge information to the field. Industry partnerships with McGraw Hill and Pearson have been integral to making this event possible.  Learn more and see photos




Boston Water Sewer Commission (BWSC)

BWSC logoDesigned in collaboration with BWSC, this is an interactive workshop designed to introduce individuals at formative stages of development within the organization to best practices for professional growth as a manager. Delivered in a cohort model to employees of BWSC, on site and during the workday, the program covers topics ranging from setting goals and accountability measures, to team building, to fostering continuous development and improvement. Those who complete the program receive a certificate of completion, become eligible for additional career development opportunities within the company and have the opportunity to pursue degree attainment at the College with this experience as a foundation.